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Savin Hill penthouse with remote-controlled skylights drops for $730,000

The Dorchester two-bedroom is an excellent example of the lofty units found in Boston’s largest neighborhood

A cavernous open living room and kitchen, with an internal balcony jutting out.
There are three units in the building.
Photos via In Realty

Dorchester is one of the best neighborhoods in Boston for those homebuyers hunting for lofts—and Unit 3 at 72 Tuttle Street in its Savin Hill area is proof of that.

That two-bedroom, two-bathroom includes 15-foot vaulted ceilings, capacious enough for what’s basically an internal balcony. The 1,330-square-foot spread in a building dating from 1918 also has remote-controlled skylights (because who’s going to reach those without a ladder every time?). The condo comes with central AC and outdoor space as well.

It doesn’t come cheaply though: Unit 3 is asking $729,900 through In Realty’s Chris Poulos. That’s just on the north side of the median condo sales price for Boston, but competitive versus condo prices farther into town.

An upstairs open room with vaulted ceilings and skylights.
The ceilings stretch high even on the second floor.
A bedroom with a bed beneath a vaulted ceiling.
There are two bedrooms.
A bathroom with a shower next to a sink next to a toilet.
There are two full baths too.
An aerial view of an open living room and kitchen from vaulted ceilings.
The HOA fee is $225.
An open kitchen with double-door fridge and an island with three stools in front of it.
The condo includes a gas range and a gas oven.
The bottom of some stairs with a stacked washer-dryer across from it and an open living room just beyond.
There’s also a washer-dryer.
A fenced-in patio with three chairs.
The penthouse comes with a parking space too.